Andy Ward – The Lost Session VB2017

Long story short, as recently described in my rundown of VB2017, here is a selection of tunes I put together not long after the event.

This set was more or less what I had in mind to share on the Sunday evening, instead I got shitfaced drunk and played 45 mins before giving up and handing the headphones to Ralph Gum… it’s my party, I do what I want 🙂

Anyway, I was so upset (because I was sure this set would have been pretty epic) that this mix was the first thing I did when I got my equipment back at home.

I am sharing now due to no radio show this week, thanks to the sniffles and chills that have beaten me up the last few days.

Enjoy.

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4 x 4 Garage Special with Andy Ward

2 hours of vinyl nuggets from around 95 – 99.

I’ve purposely steered clear of many of the obvious anthems and shared approx 25 killer tunes that evoke strong memories of the start of the UKG movement.

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VB Radio Show 12 Nov

I’m running out of things to say each week about the show.

Frankly, I’m not sure anyone reads it anyway. Nevertheless I love playing 2 hours of vinyl every Sunday and send thanks to all those that listen.

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VB Radio Show Nov 5th

Nothing really more to say this week than… 2 hours of bad boy beats. Enjoy. http://media.blubrry.com/andyward/p/djandyward.net/appmixes/vbradio5nov17.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (166.3MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSS

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VB Radio Show

Today’s show is fuelled by some single malt whisky. Wonder how much carnage it caused ? Take a listen. http://media.blubrry.com/andyward/p/djandyward.net/appmixes/vbradio29oct17.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.1MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSS

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VB Radio Show 22 Oct

This week’s show features a section of tunes that obviously came from the ‘Nuggets’ that were water damaged. Take a listen. You may like them.

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Why We DJ – Slaves to the Rhythm

Unfortunately, at almost 40 minutes long, this documentary is way too long for most people’s attention span to be staring at their phone or computer screen. I urge all my DJ and producer friends to watch it. It is powerful.

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